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Fudge Cookies Recipe

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You've never had fudge cookies like the fudge cookies made using Duncan Hines® products! Give this recipe a try and share your experience!

  • Hands-On Time: 20 Minutes
  • Total Time: 1 Hour
  • Servings: Makes 3 dozen cookies.
  • Difficulty: Super Simple
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Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease baking sheets.
  2. Combine cake mix, eggs and oil in large bowl. Stir until thoroughly blended. Stir in chocolate chips and walnuts. (Mixture will be stiff.) Shape dough into 36 (1¼") balls. Place 2" apart on prepared baking sheets.
  3. Bake at 350°F for 10 to 11 minutes. (Cookies will look moist.) Do not overbake. Cool 2 minutes on baking sheets. Remove to cooling racks. Cool completely. Store in airtight container.

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Substituting butter, margarine, and shortening

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Oven light

Oven light

My friend kept having trouble with an unlevel oven. The repairman showed her with a level that there was no problem with the oven. She asked me and I told her to turn off the oven light if she was keeping it on. Yes, she was, so she turned it off unless she was just checking. Her cakes after that did not have one side higher than the other. The light makes a difference in degrees on the side it is on.





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